Comicpalooza, Houston’s largest annual, multi-genre, comic book, science fiction, anime, gaming, and pop culture convention, has been canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Due to the historic challenges associated with COVID-19, and after careful consideration, Comicpalooza 2020 has been canceled. All ticket buyers and exhibitors who have already registered will receive a full refund. We’ll see you May 21-23, 2021. More info https://t.co/2yRKOC84lD pic.twitter.com/w1jfy6eca3
— Comicpalooza (@Comicpalooza) March 26, 2020
As stated on their website, Comicpalooza looked to reschedule the convention on another date in 2020 but felt that with the current environment, the situation was too unpredictable. They are focusing their attention on making next year’s Comicpalooza, on May 21-23, even better.
In the past, Comicpalooza has had guests Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Anthony Mack (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier), Chuck Norris (Walker, Texas Ranger), and more.
All purchased tickets, photo ops, and autographs for this year will be refunded. An email from Growtix will be sent to start the process for refunding and will take 7-10 business days for the refund to show up in your account.